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T-Mobile Dash (aka HTC Excalibur)

With a sleek design, good performance, and a robust set of productivity and wireless options, the T-Mobile Dash is an all-in-one hit and earns its reputation as a Motorola Q killer.

By October 11, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating October 11, 2006

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Photos: T-Mobile Dash (a.k.a. HTC Excalibur)

The T-Mobile Dash (a.k.a. HTC Excalibur) generated a lot of buzz before its release for a couple of reasons. First, it had the greatest potential for being a Motorola Q killer, and second, it looked pretty darn ugly. But is this ugly duckling really a swan? Here is a collection of photos of the smart phone; you be the judge.

11 Images By October 11, 2006

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New pictures of HTC Excalibur surface, and it ain't pretty

New pictures of HTC Excalibur surface, and it ain't pretty

By August 18, 2006

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HTC Excalibur: Moto Q killer?

HTC Excalibur: Moto Q killer?

By August 1, 2006

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Windows Mobile 6 upgrade arrives for T-Mobile Dash

T-Mobile announces Windows Mobile 6 upgrade for the T-Mobile Dash (aka HTC Excalibur).

By May 2, 2007

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NBA, Convera scrap interactive deal

Software company Convera and the National Basketball Association say they have ended their interactive services agreement. Through the deal, announced last year, Convera and the NBA planned to develop online content, including broadband and interactive game broadcasts. Convera has since shifted its business strategy from interactive services toward the development, marketing and sales of software products. The company said it expects to save money in the coming year from the termination of the agreement. Phil Benyola, a research associate for investment company Raymond James, said the deal's end gives "the NBA the freedom to pursue other technology partners to achieve their vision." Convera was formed last year by Intel's Interactive Media Services division and Excalibur Technologies to help content owners produce and securely sell audio, video and other content online.

September 21, 2001

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Intel branches into Web media with joint venture

The chipmaker and Excalibur Technologies will create a company that will help broadcasters, film studios and others bring content to the Web.

By May 1, 2000